Blazing Bedtime Stories, Volume III: The Body That Launched a Thousand Ships\You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs...

Blazing Bedtime Stories, Volume III: The Body That Launched a Thousand Ships\You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs...

by Tori Carrington, Tawny Weber
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Blazing Bedtime Stories, Volume III: The Body That Launched a Thousand Ships\You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs... by Tori Carrington, Tawny Weber



Fan favorites Tori Carrington and Tawny Weber invite you to indulge in two tales of love, adventure…and really hot sex!

The Body That Launched a Thousand Ships by Tori Carrington

Elena Anastasios is finally going to get her fairy-tale wedding. Little does she know that ultra-hot Ari Metaxas is about to steal her away from her groom-to-be. Or that he intends to give her multiple mind-blowing reasons to believe that he's the better man!

You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs… by Tawny Weber

Reporter Sebastian Lane knows he's tangled with the wrong woman when she puts a curse on him to lose his sexual mojo! It's going to take a real woman to save him. Luckily, Jordan Olliver has a weakness for Sebastian, warts and all….

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426846076
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 01/01/2010
Series: Bedtime Stories , #513
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 544,369
File size: 444 KB

About the Author

Nicknamed the dynamic duo, the husband-and-wife writing team of Lori and Tony Karayianni began writing together in 1984, a scant 10 months after they threw caution to the wind and shamelessly moved in together. Twisting the old adage "Life is stranger than fiction," they describe their lives as being "better than fiction."

While their backgrounds couldn't be more different--Tony was born near Olympia, Greece, and raised in Athens, while Lori is a Midwestern native of Toledo, Ohio--they credit their successful test run and love for each other for leading them to the altar in 1987, and point to their love for romance and travel for leading them to writing.

They take great pleasure in constantly redefining exactly what constitutes "and they lived happily ever after" in both their writing and their personal lives. In their books you'll see Tony's keen eye for plotting and hunger for adventure, and Lori's love for vivid characters and the fundamental ties that bind us all.

Under their pen name Tori Carrington, Lori and Tony hit the ground running with their first book for Harlequin Temptation, Constant Craving, in January 1999 and they show no sign of slowing anytime soon. Their own five book miniseries, The Magnificent McCoy Men, launched in July 1999 with License to Thrill, followed by the second book The P.I. Who Loves Her in March 2000. The third book in the series, For Her Eyes Only, hits stores in July 2000, while the fourth, You Only Love Once, is scheduled for release in March 2001. The miniseries wraps up with the final book, Never Say Never, in the Fall of 2001.

In addition to the rave reviews Lori and Tony regularly receive for their work, their first book, Constant Craving, was a finalist in the Best First Book category for the 1999 Golden Quill Award, and it along with License to Thrill have been given the nomination nod for Best First Book and Best Harlequin Temptation in the 1999 Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Awards. License to Thrill has also earned a finalist spot for Best Short Series Contemporary in the prestigious Holt Medallion Awards.

The writers point out that they'd be outrageously happy if this was all that was going on in their lives, but the truth is they have other news to share on both the personal and professional front. They're thrilled to report that they'll make their Silhouette Special Edition debut in November 2000 with their much-loved book, Just Eight Months Old..., and that Harlequin has signed them up to write not one but two books for the new Blaze series set to launch in 2001.

They also share that with these successes they'll finally be able to begin building their dream vacation home--on the little piece of heaven they own 35 kilometers north of Athens, Greece--hopefully sometime later this year. That is if they can find the time to oversee the arrangements!

Lori and Tony and their alter ego Tori Carrington would love to hear from you! Write them all at P.O. Box 12271, Toledo, OH 43612. Or visit them at their ever-changing web site at temptationauthors.com/tori where you can learn even more about them, their books, thumb through treasured photographs, and enter fun drawings!

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Blazing Bedtime Stories, Volume III: The Body That Launched a Thousand Ships\You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs... 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
TeeB More than 1 year ago
Blazing Bedtime Stories has two great separate stories under one main title. "The Body That Launched a Thousand Ships" by Tori Carrington lets us into mistake that the Greek- American Elena Anastasios may have made. She has accepted a marriage proposal from Manolis Phillippidis, who was also a very close friend of her late father. After meeting Ari Metaxas she may begin to realize that accepting the proposal was a mistake from the beginning. For her mother the marriage to Manolis is the answer to everything - including the life of what feels like royalty that she is use to and wants for the family. What will Elena decide to do? "You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs" by Tawny Weber is a laugh out loud story. Jordan Oliver, the owner's daughter of one of the top magazines may be the only one who can help Sebastian Lane. As far as he is concerned she is one who has an invisible "do not touch" sign on her. Jordan thinks that he has lost his sexual desire due to a curse that was placed on him while working on another story for the magazine. Will Jordan be able to help him get back his mojo; in other words, will this let the desires he has for her play out?
harstan More than 1 year ago
"The Body That Launched a Thousand Ships" by Tori Carrington. Greek-American Elena Anastasios accepts the marriage proposal of Greek magnate Manolis Philippidis, a close friend of her late father. Encouraged by her widowed mom, she and her family live in luxury like royalty rather than in a water-stained Seattle apartment. All seems perfect until she meets Ari Metaxas. "You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs" by Tawny Weber. Magazine writer Sebastian Lane is cursed with impotency when he investigates the sexual proclivities of the members of a witch's club. He will remain impotent until he puts a woman's needs before his own and his delicate condition will haunt him. The daughter of his boss Jordan Oliver is assumed to be an idle rich female who struggles to get anyone to accept she is intelligent and wants to do something with her life. They meet at her father's cabin where he has that chance the witches demanded of him, but will he accept Jordan's needs sincerely or revert to form? These are two heated novellas in which a lead protagonist in each tale confronts morality issues. Although the format limits development of key characters including lovers, fans will enjoy Tori Carrington's Elena and Tawny Weber's Sebastian having to choose between what each knows is the morally correct answer vs. the expedient response. Harriet Klausner
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